Good morning! We are doubling up on this newsletter, as we skipped April during the craziness of the pandemic. This issue is chock full of great episodes, amazing sponsors, and some great bonus episodes. Enjoy 🙂
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Kyle Campbell set out with the mission to make DevOps successful, easy to use, and bring developer tools to where development happens by enabling developer shortcuts.
Code Story – Bonus: Interview on Podcast Junkies — codestory.coRecently, I had the pleasure of guesting on Harry Duran’s Podcast Junkies. In this episode, we talked about technology startups, communication skills and formatting podcasts for length, production and promos. I was able to share my insights on entrepreneurship and how my podcasting skills have transferred over to Veryable, my startup company. Enjoy the episode.
A mother of 2, Desi McAdam tried to figure out how to create a co-working space with childcare. In attempting to do this, her and her co-founder came up with the idea for Nanno – an on-demand platform for connecting parents to vetted, quality sitters…. when & where they need them.
Code Story – E14: Rob Moore, Floom — codestory.coA Maryland native, Rob Moore quickly found himself in the UK studying game theory and behavioral economics. A lover of travel, he has been able to live the digital nomad life and see a number of amazing places. Post-graduation he started doing data visualization work for several different companies. He noticed the difficulty of going from a core product to a sellable SaS platform. Internalizing dry principles and learning the pains of smaller product value delivery, he built Floom to be the startup as a service tool, enabling small SaS businesses away quickly to productize their products.
In 2019, Andrew Overton connected with his co-founder, Amelia Lin, and set off to create a robust product to capture stories from your loved ones – through an easy interface, all in one place, and saved in audio format. It’s like getting a personal podcast of your Grandma’s childhood stories. This is the creation story of Saga.
Adrienne Bolger founded Bloc Health, which aims to solve healthcare credentialing, and the pains associated with moving yourself, your practice, or even working, in another state.
Jack Rhysider’s podcast – Darknet Diaries – is one of the most well known podcasts available, topping the charts with its weekly release of hacking true stories.
Jason Tan figured out that a large area ripe for innovation and disruption was fraud. He then set out to build Sift, a product to power digital trust and safety, empowering companies to unlock revenue without risk.
Eventually, Steven Naimark started building a solution to totally modernize the water utility space, called Ziptility – a platform providing asset, task and inventory management for water utilities.
Thane Brimhall quickly learned what his clients really wanted, which was augmented reality through the web. This is the creation story of Seek.
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Building & Leading a Podcast Team with Noah Labhart | Podcast.co — www.podcast.coNoah explains how hiring a core team helped him get his podcast off the ground while juggling it with many other responsibilities.